Pass bipartisan legislation establishing Congress has standing in the courts and set expedited procedures for conflicts between the branches.

Judicial proceedings are the only route to adjudicate conflicts between the executive and legislative branches, but these proceedings can take months or years to resolve. These delays impede Congress’ ability to uphold its Article One responsibilities. For this reason, Congress should enact legislation establishing that Congress has judicial standing to bring inter-branch conflicts to the courts, and that expedited procedures are necessary.

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